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I have two potted Kilmarnock dwarf weeping willows.
One has been completely stripped of its leaves. The other one is complete with all its leaves. They are next to each other.
I can find no evidence of who the culprit is.
Does anyone no the answer?



possibly pigeons they have stripped one patio rose on the pond wall saw them at it but not touched a neighbouring one.
or it is small caterpillars that were laid on one plant and not the other.

my water lilies are starting to flower too :o)

15 Jun, 2016

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